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Postby Paula64 » Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:43 pm

Hey, I'm new here and to Fibromyalgia. Am finding it confusing as some days I feel great and think that I've been misdiagnosed, other days I feel like I've no energy and this "thing" is ruling my life.
Today is a bad day...
I woke up today feeling angry, no reason. This ended up as high anxiety, which lead to me becoming sensitive to noise (had to just leave a shop), becoming very emotional and sobbing my heart out, feeling I had no control and not wanting this whatever it is to rule my life!
Is this all part of Fibromyalgia? Is it all normal?? X
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Re: Newby....

Postby perseus » Wed Aug 01, 2018 5:38 pm

Hi Paula

Frustration and anger is typical when you discover having a chronic illness, so are feelings of misdiagnosis when medical understanding of the condition is low. It's the tale of my life!

Welcome to the forum.
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Re: Newby....

Postby Paula64 » Sat Aug 11, 2018 3:44 pm

Thank you for your replies.
I've had a relatively good week, apart from yesterday when my eldest son (33) said he thinks that I like having a label, something that identifies what I have??
I just went to pieces and then felt very angry.
Today I feel irritable and there's anger still within me. My head feels woolly and I've no motivation or energy, just can't be bothered.
I'm trying really hard to not let this affect my life, yet finding it difficult.
Thanks for listening.
Px
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